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Tito Puente Tribute Concert at Westin Houston Medical Center


Tito Puente Tribute Concert at Westin Houston Medical Center featuring Tito Puente, Jr. Texas Salsa Congress 16th Anniversary

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Tito Puente Tribute Concert at Westin Houston Medical Center featuring Tito Puente, Jr.

The comparison is inevitable. How could it be otherwise? Tito Puente Jr. carries his father with him – imprinted on his physical being and locked in his soul. It’s in his looks, his joy, and his music. Tito, Jr. is on a passionate mission. The younger Puente is determined to nurture the musical legacy left by his father. He refuses to let his father become a distant memory.

Every March, Houston, Texas gets a chance to serve up a bit of its down-home southern hospitality to dancers and spectators from all over the world. With over 60 dance shows the TSC is one of the largest dance events to hit the Lone Star State! Come out and enjoy a night of dance performances, concert and social dancing all under one roof.

Our event will be held in Houston’s newest hotel, The Westin Houston Medical Center. The Westin Houston Medical Center opened its doors in January 2020. This hotel is modern, chic, has amazing views from the terrace and is spacious to accommodate all of its guests at the Texas Salsa Congress. Don’t miss out on your chance to dress up, experience dance performances and a this tribute concert.

 

Friday, March 13th, 2020

Doors 8PM, Showtime 9PM
Dance shows from 9 PM to 11 PM
Tito Puente Tribute Concert to Follow Dance Show Performances

1709 Dryden Road, Houston, Texas 77030

General Admission $35

NO REFUNDS, PASS TRANSFERABLE ONLY

All tickets sales are final, there will be no refunds. Tickets are transferable until March 11th 2020 with a $25.00 transfer fee.

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Our Story

It started as an idea between friends, bringing a congress to Texas where at the time Texas had no active congress in the entire state. A congress that would showcase Texas Salsa talent, bring awareness of salsa to the community and raise money for scholarships. Together David Melendez and Ruby Rivera worked hard and in January 2004, the Texas Salsa Congress was born.

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